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What a great season finale of “The Walking Dead”! There is a lot to talk about between Rick vs the Governor, Carl vs. Rick and of course all the people that died. Lets get to it! The scene begins with a pulsating pupil of an eye. As the camera pulls out, you realize it is The Governors eye and that he is in the process of beating up someone. He is talking to the person about all the risks he took with killing the biters. A man replies that he was going to use them on whoever showed up. The Governor replied that he was and that eight of his men died. The Governor then takes another swing and the camera points to Milton taking the blow. The Governor states about how he kept him safe and feed. Milton replies with at as long as he turns the other way. Milton asks him what would his daughter think of the man he has become.
Good Afternoon ‘Walking Dead‘ fans. If you were like me and had not read the comic, then you walked away from last nights episode shocked and a little saddened. There’s a lot of information is this episode so let’s get to it. Outside of the prison, Rick and Hershel are telling Darryl about the deal with the Governor to trade Michonne for peace. Daryl ask if Rick is going to tell the others and he says he will after it’s over with. He asks Daryl to keep it quiet. The plan is to lure her away from the others and then ambush her.
Good Morning ‘Walking Dead‘ fanatics!!!! I know you were on the edge of your seat like I was last night so lets get to it. The show starts out with a flashback scene between Michonne and Andrea the previous winter. The camera starts with the chain that is holding Michonne’s armless and toothless walkers. They are in the woods and around a camp fire, warming up food. Andrea is warming up the food while Michonne is checking out the perimeter. They are chit chatting around the fire and Andrea brings up the fact that Michonne never told her where the walkers came from.
Hello “Walking Dead” fans. I hope you enjoyed last night’s episode as much as I did. There was only one story line with four characters in it, including a blast from the past!! So lets get to it!!!! If you haven’t seen this latest episode, you might want to read another article now.
Well, ‘Walking Dead‘ fans, it looks like there is some shuffling going on with the executive producers of the show. AMC is now confirming that former supervising producer Scott Gimple will now be executive producer and will be joined by Greg Nicotero and Tom Luse. Nicotero was the Emmy award winning Special Effects Makeup Supervisor and Luse was a producer.
Hello ’Walking Dead‘ fans!! I hope you are as pumped about last night’s episode like I was. Let’s get straight to it. Rick is checking the parameter of the prison. He looks at and sees Michonne getting out of a prison bus. He pans around and sees Ghost Lori again, this time but the graves. He runs down from his post to go see her. As he comes upon the grave, she disappears and reappears outside the gate. He runs, unlocks the gates, and runs up to her on a small bridge, by a stream, right outside the prison gate. Ghost Lori puts her hand on his face and he relaxes. Michonne witnesses the entire event with awe and confusion.
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Season 6 of ‘Mad Men‘ will debut on April 7th on AMC, and the first episode will be written by creator Matthew Weiner and directed by Scott Horbacher, and will be a two hour season opener. Star Jon Hamm will direct the second episode of the season. I can’t wait for this season. We previously reported that the first episode of the season will partly take place in Hawaii, which will be cool to see what they do with the set pieces there. And Weiner lets us in on a very small bit of info on the new season.
What a finale!!!! But don’t worry, it’s only the mid-season finale and the Walkers will be back in February, so that’s not too terribly long. But tons of stuff to talk about, so let’s get to it….
Episode 7: When the Dead Comes Knocking
Alright The Walking Dead fans…this is a good episode so lets get to it!!The episode opens with Merle interrogating Glen in Woodbury. Merle brings up the gang leaving him on the roof. Glen tells Merle that T-dog didn’t make it. Merle asks who else is alive. When Glen is silent he asks about Maggie. You see her listening in the next room. Merle then beats up Glen and asks where his brother ,Rick and where the camp is.